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Care Worker

First Choice Home Care


15000 - 20000

Full time

First Choice Home Care

Closing - 28 Feb 2022

First Choice Home Care’s prime objective is to enhance the quality of life for our Service Users. Due to the continuous growth First Choice Home Care is looking for care workers who have the same values. Are you caring, trustworthy, reliable, committed, looking for job satisfaction and want to feel valued? If the answer is yes, apply now.

We offer to the successful Care Worker candidate for the Bungay area, Suffolk:

Excellent rates of pay from £11 up to £12 per hour.
Earn £150 joining bonus.
Use of Company Car
Full shifts pay
Bank holiday enhancements.
£150 Referral program incentive.
Guaranteed hours offered.
28 days paid annual leave (pro rata).
Free DBS, Uniform and PPE.
Local office and on call support 7 days a week.
Full training provided on induction and throughout your career with us.
Opportunities for career progression with us.
On-going recognition and support by the management team.

As a Care Worker you will support individuals with:

  • Personal care, which includes bathing.
  • Administering medication.
  • Meal preparation and nutritional support.
  • Support with light house duties.

For the role of Care Worker you will need:

  • Full driving license and access to own vehicle.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Genuine passion for helping others and wanting to make a positive difference.
  • Experience would be an advantage but is not essential.


We are an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from all areas of society.

By submitting your details, you acknowledge that First Choice Home Care is collecting, processing, and using your personal data for managing your application for Care Worker.

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